Zaxby, who sold her mansion for $12 million, will turn over the rest of her estate to her daughters and nephews

Zaxbys estate will be split between her daughters, niece and nephew, her attorney said Tuesday.

The agreement with the brothers, who are her closest friends, is expected to be finalized later this week, according to the agreement with a New York real estate attorney.

Zaxy’s mother, Zina Zax, has agreed to a one-time payment of $5 million for her property, and the brothers will also pay her $5.5 million, according the agreement.

Zzuzne said the agreement also calls for the siblings to contribute a $10,000 monthly stipend to the estate and pay Zaxa $1,200 a month for a year to manage their affairs.

The sisters have not yet agreed on what the payments will be, but Zaxz and her sister-in-law, Jessica, are likely to make payments as they have been with Zax Zax’s other estates, said Alan Zzoz, a real estate lawyer who is representing Zax and Zaxin.

Jessica Zax said she will make the payments as Zax had told her that she was not paying enough to make up for the estate’s high value.

“We’re going to have to make the right decisions for the family and for the city,” Zaxyn said in a phone interview.

The deal was signed in November and required the brothers to pay a $12,500 security deposit in a bank account held by Zaxbins attorney.

The brothers have said they plan to sell the house, which sits on the north side of the Manhattan borough of Manhattan, and instead give it to Zaxys children.